Corrected entry: How was Nick able to save the little girl while still dying himself? We know that when he saved the boy the first time the day happened, he became trapped when the floor below him collapsed, and he told the boy to go on without him. Tru told him about the floor the second time, so he and the boy made it out safely. Then Nick went back in for the girl, and all we know is that the girl was saved and he still died. There is no explanation of what happened to somehow kill him after he saved the girl.DavidK93
Corrected entry: The second time Tru goes through the day, she says that the fire truck will be delayed by traffic (she saw the flooded fire hydrant the first time), and realizes that's why Nick had to go into the building without his equipment. But the fire truck is actually there by the time they get outside.DavidK93
Corrected entry: On the second walk through of the day, Tru describes the fire (which hasn't happened yet) to Davis. From this description, Davis (who, bear in mind, is the supervisor at a morgue and not a criminal forensics expert) is able to provide more accurate information about the fire and its cause than were the emergency workers who brought the bodies to the morgue the first day, several hours after the fire actually happened, by which time some actual police investigation had presumably occurred as well.DavidK93
Corrected entry: The first time Tru goes through the day, there is a scene with her and Meredith unpacking glassware. The scene serves only to provide exposition about Tru's mother. But why are they unpacking glassware in a house that appears to be newly moved into? We haven't been told about anybody moving into a new house, and there's no reference to moving or the glassware before or after. It doesn't fit in properly at all.DavidK93
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